Vincent Deporter

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Vince Deporter
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BornVincent Deporter
(1959-02-13) 13 February 1959 (age 60)
Nivelles, Belgium
Area(s)artist (pencils, inks, color), writer
Pseudonym(s)Deporter, Mike Deporter
Notable works
Crazy Planet
Les Fourmidables

Vincent Deporter is an international Belgian artist who works in both comics and animation. Deporter got his start in comics working as an assistant to Jean Graton, before selling his own strips, as Mike Deporter, to Spirou magazine.[1] In 1996, after relocating to New York, he has worked on DC's line of comic books adapted from popular animated cartoons, like Scooby-Doo and Ed, Edd n Eddy,[2][3] and has also inked many of the Batman, and Superman style-guides. He continues to work for Nickelodeon, notably on SpongeBob SquarePants. Since Nickelodeon Magazine has closed its pages, he now writes and draws for the "SpongeBob Comics", as a regular contributor.[1] Vincent Deporter also writes and illustrates on epistemology and religion. He has illustrated the book Sacred Cows: a Lighthearted Look at Belief and Tradition around the World, by the host of The Thinking Atheist Seth Andrews.He now lives in Arizona.


Comic work includes:

  • Roméo (with Philippe Rive, Glénat, 1994, ISBN 978-2-7234-1698-6) [1]
  • Mimi Siku (with Hervé Palud, Glénat, 1994, ISBN 978-2-7234-1831-7) [2]
  • The Big Book of (Paradox Press):
  • Les Fourmidables (Bamboo)
  • Cartoon Cartoons:
  • Scooby-Doo:
  • SpongeBob SquarePants:


  1. ^ a b "Vincent Deporter". Comiclopedia. Lambiek comic shop. 9 February 2007. Retrieved 14 February 2007.
  2. ^ "SCOOBY-DOO VOL. 6: SPACE FRIGHT". DC Comics. Retrieved 14 February 2007.
  3. ^ "CARTOON CARTOONS VOL. 1: NAME THAT TOON!". DC Comics. Retrieved 14 February 2007.

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